amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
A new infographic from amfAR and NMAC shows the potential human impact of budget sequestration in Fiscal Year 2014 on domestic HIV/AIDS programming.
In this interview for the TREAT Asia Report, Dr. Kim discusses the evolution of the World Bank’s response to HIV/AIDS.
Watch this short video from amfAR Ambassador Janet Jackson about how you can help end AIDS.
Honoring Aileen Getty, Goldie Hawn, Hugo Boss. Special performance by Grace Jones. Hosted by Chelsea Handler. Get your tickets today!
A decade ago, almost nobody spoke of curing HIV infection as a realistic goal, yet we find ourselves in early 2013 with not one, nor even two, but three different types of HIV cure.
Two patients who had appeared to be free of HIV following stem-cell transplants had each experienced a resurgence of virus.
"We must act now for the sake of the world... AIDS is no longer a disease, it is a human rights issue."
The GMT Initiative is launching a new effort to formally analyze its technical assistance program to help organizations and advocates around the world replicate the program’s most effective strategies and practices.
November 20 marked the 15th International Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to honor and remember trans victims of homicide and to raise public awareness about these hate crimes.
Three new short films produced by amfAR make a convincing case for ending the ban on federal funding for syringe services programs.
The 92nd Street Y in New York City will host a special screening of the new HBO documentary “The Battle of amfAR” on Wednesday, December 11, followed by a discussion with amfAR Chairman and the film’s executive producer, Kenneth Cole.
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